No parent is prepared for a child’s death. When after months of treatments and great difficulties a child dies from cancer families are exhausted and their grief is unbearable.
No family should feel alone in their darkest moment. Our emotional and psychological support programs are design to help them through the darkest moments.
Aladina is a pioneer in grief counseling for parents of children with cancer in Spain. In the bereavement support groups, led by psycho-oncologist Valeria Moriconi, the main premise is to share: a state of mind, feelings, fears, memories, tears, smiles, etc.
The families that attend are at various stages in their bereavement journey and support each other by listening and sharing. We are proud of all the parents who have opened their hearts and shared so much with us and to have shared the journey with them.